Federal grand jury indicts Warren, Toledo men on drug, firearms charges

CLEVELAND — A federal grand jury has indicted a Warren man and a Toledo man on charges of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and possession with intent to distribute cocaine.

The four-count indictment was returned against Michael Salsgiver, 37, of Warren, and Rogelio Dominguez-Rojas, 24, of Toledo, the U.S. Attorney said Thursday.

Salsgiver also was charged of being a felon with a gun; and Dominguez-Rojas, a Mexican citizen, also was charged with illegally re-entering the United States after being deported.

Indicted in another case was Frank Torres, 23, of Youngstown, on charges of heroin possession and being a felon with illegal possession of a gun.

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